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Combining pam_time from the question I mentioned with a cron job that runs periodically on sundays should accomplish what you want. The cron job enumerates logged in users with a terminal (with who) and with an uid >= 1000 and calls pkill -HUP -u <user>. Might be a little more complicated with X sessions. This approach is problematic though - we ...


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This might be an issue with your domain, what if you disjointed your machine from the domain and rejoin again and see if you can join normally.


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A couple things to note: That KB article says to login to the control station, which is an entirely different box than the one that uses the ip 128.221.1.250. The control station is the small box, it has a vga port on the back. I had to use a PS2 keyboard and grub commands to start it in single-user mode to reset the nasadmin password. The box that DOES use ...


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In my case my Windows 7 laptop was part of a domain controller & netlogin service was also working , the domain controller was dead, and i was getting same error , i removed the windows 7 laptop from doamin & join to workgroup. then rebooted , now RDP was working.


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I was also facing this issue because of my organization's firewall. Solution is to simply download and install the organization's certs. Once you have your organization's specific ".cer" file then convert that file to ".pem" using openssl x509 -inform der -in orgCertFile.cer -out certificate.pem Next, set following variable either as ...


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Maybe have a look at using something like yubikey for smart card login for users "passwordless": https://support.yubico.com/hc/en-us/articles/360013707820-YubiKey-Smart-Card-Deployment-Guide This isn't exactly what you asked for and it's not free either but it may be a usable solution for you. As already answered, altering the login screen isn't ...


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This is not possible. Windows will show you the last 2 (or so) users that logged on to that computer if you click the "switch user" button on the logon screen. Other than that, you are out of luck.


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